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Residents urged to get tested after virus cluster detected

People in Camden and Wollondilly are taking the advice from NSW Health to test for COVID-19 after 34 cases (at time of publication) was traced to the Crossroads Hotel at Liverpool.

The minister for NSW Health, Brad Hazzard said “this virus could a gold medal at the Olympics, at the speed with which it moves”.

NSW Health is hoping that everyone in South West Sydney will opt to get tested in the coming two weeks to break the line of transmission. Cases have increased and alerts have been sent out about a number of places within Liverpool, Campbelltown, Narellan and Picton have had people visit that have tested positive for the virus. Narellan Town Centre was among the venues that have been deep cleaned. A worker at Woolworths Supermarket at Bowral also tested positive.

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